Sercotel Princesa De Eboli

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Calle Pablo Picasso 10, Pinto, Madrid, Spain, 2832
Hotel Princesa De Eboli
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 55% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Couples80
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  • Business84

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Forum Posts

Chamartin Station

by road2paradise

I'll be taking the Metro from Anton Martin to Chamartin, where I'll need to take a Renfe train. I'm sure there's signs, but I'd like an idea of where the Renfe tracks are in the station (like how close Renfe is to Metro?)

Re: Chamartin Station

by Redang

Not too far but allow around 15 minutes just in case.

Re: Chamartin Station

by Redang (in Spanish)

Re: Chamartin Station

by road2paradise

Thanks for pointing me to the right website. It had this map of the station:

Re: Chamartin Station

by puerto_lover

I am not at my usual PC but isn't the Anton Martin area near to Atocha and perhaps the best solution (if it is close) is to walk to Atocha Cercanias station and take one of the regular local RENFE trains that run between Atocha and Chamartin ? just an alternative thought.

Re: Chamartin Station

by Redang

And for metro:

Travel Tips for Madrid

General Info (several languages)

by Redang

* Centro de Turismo de Madrid (Madrid Tourism Centre)
Plaza Mayor, 27
28013 Madrid

Tel: (+34) 91 588 16 36

E mail:

How to get there:
Metro: Sol (lines 1, 2 and 3), Opera (lines 2 and 5 and Ramal Opera-Príncipe Pío) or La Latina (line 5); Sol is closer.

* Other Posts of Tourism Information
- Centro de Turismo Colón/Colón Tourism Centre
Plaza de Colón (old subway; access from Paseo de la Castellana corner Calle Goya)
Metro: Colón (line 4)

- Plaza de Cibeles
Metro: Banco de España (line 2)

- Plaza de Callao
Metro: Callao (lines 3 and 5)

- Calle Santa Isabel (before Museo Reina Sofía)
Metro: Atocha (line 1)

- Madrid-Barajas Airport Terminal 4
Metro: Aeropuerto T4 (line 8)

Other webs of general info and leisure:

- Municipality:
- General Information:
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- Madrid Card:
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* For info about Comunidad de Madrid, not just the city, visit:
Calle Duque de Medinaceli, 2 (in front of Palace Hotel)
Metro: Banco de España (line 2) and Atocha (line 1)

- Tel.: (+34) 902 10 00 07
- Internet: (many languages such as Spanish, English, German, French, Italian, Chinese and Japanese).

* SATE: Servicio de Atención al Turista Extranjero (Foreign Tourist Assistance Service)
Tel.: (+34) 91 548 85 37/91 548 80 08/91 902 10 21 12
Calle Leganitos, 19
Metro: Plaza de España (line 10)

Plaza Mayor

by Sharrie

Spend some time at PLAZA MAYOR: A 17th century square where bullfights, executions & the Spanish Inquisition were held long time ago. Now, it is filled with cafes & craft shops. The plaza was built in 1617.

The Arena Las Ventas is an...

by shellseeker

The Arena Las Ventas is an amazingly beautiful building for more than 23.000 people. To watch a good bull fight you should go on a sunny, not windy day as the most difficult sequences of a corrida are only performed when the conditions are perfect. Like going in a theatre you can get a programme where the Toreros (=Matadores) and the bulls (toros) are being “portrayed”.

Take a Walk on the Manzanares

by DanielF

Madrid lies in the middle of a barren plain with a somewhat inclement climate characterised by cyclic droughts. Nevertheless, thanks to the proximity of the Sierra de Guadarrama, Madrid has no shortage of water. As a matter of fact, Madrid tap water is among the best in Spain.

Most of that water is collected in reservoirs up in the sierra and then brought into the city through a canal. But Madrid has also a river. A small one, though; a river which has been constantly object of mockery for its scarce and inconstant flow. Even poets like Góngora have compared it with a "donkey pee".

At its source in the mighty and pristine Guadarrama Range, the Manzanares is a beautiful mountain stream, but as soon as it reaches the city, its course has been tamed and surrounded by express-ways. There are, however, some areas which are pleasant for a stroll, with historic bridges and locks, as well as well-conditioned promenades on the banks. A still on-going ambitious project aims at regenerating the river banks by putting the roads in underground tunnels and substituting them by parks, beaches and sport facilities.

Illuminated Madrid

by suvanki about Tio Pepe sign Sol

As it was November, it soon was dark. Puerta de Sol was still buzzing as it had been earlier that afternoon when I first visited

The line for lottery tickets was as long, if not longer, the tempo of the buskers had moved up a notch, and on the streets off Sol, Christmas lights could be seen.

If anything, there seemed to be even more people out enjoying shopping, or just strolling around.

I enjoyed watching and listening to some great musicians, including a trio playing 2 open pianos, by hitting the strings with small paddles and another playing a double bass? outside El Corte Ingles. Luckily, I had some loose change to throw into their tip box - Please see my local customs tips for more pics and tips of these and other street musicians Wrap up warm!, Because the Night can be cold. I was glad of my scarf and gloves. Most of the crowds that I saw were wrapped up for the weather. If travelling light, remember your Jersey, Girl!!!

Unlike Sheffield, Newcastle and other Northern English cities, the local youth of Madrid don't appear to go out at night in just their underwear - no Girls in their Summer Clothes in the middle of winter! Having said this - I didn't see any queues for the night clubs, so I could be mistaken!


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